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Cellular Damage After Acceleration/Deceleration Injury to the Brain 

Cellular Damage After Acceleration/Deceleration Injury to the Brain 

This animation shows how a concussion affects brain cells on a cellular level after a particular type of traumatic brain injury.  

Often called a coup-contracoup injury, rapid acceleration/deceleration causes movement of the brain within the skull, which damages the neural pathways that receive and send messages to other parts of brain and body. These types of injuries often happen as a result of a fall, a car accident, or an assault.  

Brain injury is complicated.  If you are in the midst of a brain injury case and need help finding specialists, understanding the latest research, or explaining the complexities of the case, the experienced personal injury lawyers with Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci are able to provide co-counsel every step of the way; call us.  

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